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that we move forwards to. >> president chiu: supervisor mar. >> supervisor mar: i think it is wonderful to have a dialogue, and to add live on the points that supervisor campos made, another supervisor amniano (sounds like), who created the committee of education, in which i said on for years, there should be some way to them through the college board of trustees and that important decision-making , on the city level and i know our advisor to the mayor and education -- mendoza, sitting in the audience as well, i hope to work with many of you together to bring a working group on how to support the college system more especially . . in this time of crisis but in long-term i think that would be helpful discussion i want to say that the suggestions made by a few colleagues new amendments on this, supervisor kim's suggestion for page 2, line 24 which takes the sting out of the word "inflating" by replacing it with growing, i think that is a really good amendment. i will make a motion that we add that to the amendments. and added the suggestion of supervisor wiener and chiu, to address the c
, kim present. supervisor mar? mar present. supervisor tang, tang present, supervisor wiener, wiener present, supervisor eyre, yee present. all members are present. >> thank you, ladies and gentlemen could you please join us in the pledge of allegiance? i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. colleagues we have some meeting minutes from our march 26th and airplane 2, without objection those meeting minutes are approved. madame clerk, are there any communications. >> no communications. >> if you could read our consent agenda >> items 1-10 are considered routine if i member objects an item can be removed and considered separately. >> colleagues would anyone like to sever an item? >> supervisor campos? >> item 8. >> roll call on items 1-10 sketfor athlete. >> campos aye. >> supervisor chiu? >> aye. >> chiu aye. >> supervisor cohen. >> cohen aye. >> supervisor farrell. >> aye. >> supervisor kim. >> aye. >> supervisor mar. >> mar aye.
>> supervisor kim: present m1 >> supervisor mar:present >> could you please join us in the pledge of allegiance. we pledge allegiance to the flag pl3 of the united states of america, pl4 and to the republicpl5 for which it stands. indivisible,pl6 one nation, under god,pl7 with liberty and justicepl8 for all. >> president chiu: collies we have our march 19th, 2013 board minutes. could we have a motion to approve. second by farrell. minutes approved. madam clerk clerk you have any communications? >> no communications. >> the mayor may address the board for five minutes. follow-up questions are in order as long as the entire discussion does not exceed five minutes per supervisor. >> president chiu: thank you madam clerk, we want to welcome back mr. mayor back to the board chamber. >> mayor lee: good afternoon supervisors and members of the public. i would like to begin my remarks by mentioning of course the tragic and unspeakable events that occurred in boston last week. our thoughts and prayers go out to the families of those who were lost and those who have been injured. events like this are dev
as amended. item 17. supervisor mar. >> supervisor mar: colleagues you have before you and amended version of the resolution urging city college sf; i want to thank my colleagues but also trustees from the college board and community members for giving us lots of input as we brought it to the budget committee where it was amended with suggestions from supervisor avalos and -- advocates. those amendments are included in your version which came out of committee with unanimous support. i also want to say that city college is an incredible institution. some of the call at the heart of san francisco because so many of us are connected directly, like supervisor yee being a product and many of us having taking classes , or having had family members. it helps to transform lives and provides access to people from all backgrounds; for immigrants it has allowed them to learn english. for laid-off garment workers from chinatown to ancient, it has allowed them to get retraining so they can support . their families with better income . but it is really an amazing place many of us when we fought for the
present. supervisor kim, kim present. supervisor mar? mar present. supervisor tang, tang present, supervisor wiener, wiener present, supervisor eyre, yee present. all members are present. >> thank you, ladies and gentlemen could you please join us in the pledge of allegiance? i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. colleagues we have some meeting minutes from our march 26th and airplane 2, without objection those meeting minutes are approved. madame clerk, are there any communications. >> no communications. >> if you could read our consent agenda >> items 1-10 are considered routine if i member objects an item can be removed and considered separately. >> colleagues would anyone like to sever an item? >> supervisor campos? >> item 8. >> roll call on items 1-10 sketfor athlete. >> campos aye. >> supervisor chiu? >> aye. >> chiu aye. >> supervisor cohen. >> cohen aye. >> supervisor farrell. >> aye. >> supervisor kim. >> aye. >> su
. >> cohen. >> present. >> farrell? >> present. >> kim? >> kim, present. >> commissioner mar? >> mar, absent. >> tang in present. >> weiner? >> absent. >> yee, absent, we have a quorum. >> very good, could you call the next item. >> approval of the minutes of the march 26, 2013 meeting this is an action item. >> any comments or questions on the minutes, we will go to public comment, two minutes and seeing none, for public comment, we will close public comment. >> and item number two, commission avalos? >> aye. >> breed? >> aye. >> campos. >> aye. >> chiu. >> aye. >> cohen aye. >> ferrill. >> aye. >> kim? >> aye. >> mar? >> mar, absent. >> and commissioner tang in >> aye. >> weiner >> aye. >> yee, yee absent. item passes. >> very good. our next item please. >> three, this chair's report this san information item. >> okay, good morning, colleagues, i would like to commend everyone who participated and took part in the nation's first walk to workday. held last friday april 12th and i want to congratulate the individuals and organization to help this become a great event i was not able to partic
? >> present. >> kim? >> kim, present. >> commissioner mar? >> mar, absent. >> tang in present. >> weiner? >> absent. >> yee, absent, we have a quorum. >> very good, could you call the next item. >> approval of the minutes of the march 26, 2013 meeting this is an action item. >> any comments or questions on the minutes, we will go to public comment, two minutes and seeing none, for public comment, we will close public comment. >> and item number two, commission avalos? >> aye. >> breed? >> aye. >> campos. >> aye. >> chiu. >> aye. >> cohen aye. >> ferrill. >> aye. >> kim? >> aye. >> mar? >> mar, absent. >> and commissioner tang in >> aye. >> weiner >> aye. >> yee, yee absent. item passes. >> very good. our next item please. >> three, this chair's report this san information item. >> okay, good morning, colleagues, i would like to commend everyone who participated and took part in the nation's first walk to workday. held last friday april 12th and i want to congratulate the individuals and organization to help this become a great event i was not able to participate that day due to a slight
. >> present. >> farrell? >> present. >> kim? >> kim, present. >> commissioner mar? >> mar, absent. >> tang in present. >> weiner? >> absent. >> yee, absent, we have a quorum. >> very good, could you call the next item. >> approval of the minutes of the march 26, 2013 meeting this is an action item. >> any comments or questions on the minutes, we will go to public comment, two minutes and seeing none, for public comment, we will close public comment. >> and item number two, commission avalos? >> aye. >> breed? >> aye. >> campos. >> aye. >> chiu. >> aye. >> cohen aye. >> ferrill. >> aye. >> kim? >> aye. >> mar? >> mar, absent. >> and commissioner tang in >> aye. >> weiner >> aye. >> yee, yee absent. item passes. >> very good. our next item please. >> three, this chair's report this san information item. >> okay, good morning, colleagues, i would like to commend everyone who participated and took part in the nation's first walk to workday. held last friday april 12th and i want to congratulate the individuals and organization to help this become a great event i was not able to participate tha
the william and kate will name their little baby. >>> would you take a one-way trip to mars to be forever remembered to be the first human to reach the red planet? 80,000 applied to become so-called pioneers with mars 1. since the nonprofits application process began last month, it plans to land four people on the red planet in 2023 as permanent columnists. this is a one-way ticket. you're never coming back. mars 1 hopes to pay the tab by making it a global reality tv event and then funeral. >>> do you think celebrities are too busy to read the tweets about them? they read them last night on "jimmy kimmel." >> i just saw jessica alba. if this was 2007, i'd be really excited. >> hey zach braf. i could take a picture of a piece of [ bleep ] in my toilet and it would be a better movie than "garden state." >> they are basically saying, guess how big your nose is, very big. >> kid rock looks like he would smell like stale farthers and cigarette. s. more like fresh farthers and cigars. >> it's a good thing ray romano is funny because his face looks like a dump i took today. i'm not on twitter s
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chang from the community youth center, formerly chinatown youth center. >> thank you, supervisor mar. first of all, i want to thank all the department heads and the mayor and the supervisors and all the residents who are coming out for this town hall. this is very important for us to have a voice, have input. we don't, and we do a disservice for the people that we service. so, for me i'm a project manager. my name is eddie chang, cyc community center. it is important to focus on city of san francisco immigrant youth for the last 33 years in the city of san francisco. our main office is in tenderloin, but we also have the branch offices in the richmond district and we also have a branch office in the bayview district. so, we are very grateful for that. so, thea of ~ three of the things i want to talk about we want to ask the city to help support us is we would have a city wide multi-cultural youth leadership model that we are not only engaging to people in our neighborhood, but also engaging from people all across the city, especially young people who happen to deal with a lot of dif
to mars, what about that? >> mars for nasa is ultimate destination. part of the current administration's plan is to look to a manned mars mission in the 20 30s. on monday i had a chance to talk with buzz aldrin, he thinks we can do it faster than that. he sees that we could send people to mars probably in the early 2030s. stop on the moon first. they have two moons and do a lot of experiments there. iron out the kinks and he wants to see someone land on mars by 2035. there is also two private companies, mars one and they want to do it faster. >> heather: and virgin galactic, richard branson's efforts? >> this is in the background almost ten years now. they are building a spaceship that will take passengers and buy tickets. >> heather: it's unbelievable. this is within reality. >> test flights two or three weeks ago. they went supersonic. all they have to do now is point it up. >> heather: amazing. thank you so much for joining us. amazing stuff. gregg? >> gregg: vote counting is underway right now in pakistan despite threats and violence there that have claimed so far 20 lives. pakista
to gather as much input as possible. my name is eric mar, i'm the supervisor for the richmond district. and i wanted to first introduce our mayor, mayor ed lee. thank you. (applause) ~ >> thanks, supervisor. i'll be very brief because the whole purpose of these budget town halls is to listen to our neighbors, our residents, to find out what you think matters in our city. i just wanted to put a little backdrop that a year ago when we started holding these community meetings, we had some significant budget deficits. and in years past they were even worse. now we've come through a lot of that and i'm thankful to all the department heads that are here because they worked very hard to work with me to find all the efficiencies, to make sure we balance that budget. clearly, the members of the board of supervisors and today we're focused on districts 1 and 4, but i want to thank supervisor mar, supervisor tang, and supervisor farrell for providing their leadership at the board because we can only make it work if the mayor and the board work together. but most importantly, we've got to listen c
involved with the city, supervisor mar? there's a lot of game going on. >> just answer the question, mr. early. what are you talking about? >>> i'm talking about, um, special deals. i'm talking about direct dealing. i'm talking about certain classifications, certain trades are treated better than other trades. i could write you a novel. >> i'm just giving you a little bit more time to explain it. >>> i'd rather not [speaker not understood]. visit us at the blog. [laughter] >> thank you. >> okay. next speaker, please. >>> i think my timing is really good. [speaker not understood] morgan. i'm with friends of the park in the richmond district. i started it 15 years ago with my daughter rosa when i was 18. i have been through -- i have been through jewel, elizabeth, yome and you know i'm usually here to complain. i am here to tell you that i think phil is doing a fabulous job, especially given what he has to work with. i would also like to state after listening to this gentleman speak this is precisely the problem. i was reminded of the demonstration out front. and i want to thank all of o
and won't impose unnecessary risk on the city. >> we are joined by commissioner lee and mar. please continue. >> first there is two components of a build out. the first is energy efficiency. there are a number of existing programs that we can facilitate with our new cca customers and we are hoping to get some additional cpuc funding for energy efficiency. we understand marine county got some recently. we plan larger projects and larger buildings in the city. we have $2 million to allocate to the program for lower efficiency low income households. the secretary -- second build out is renewable arrangement. we can construct new projects on city project -- or private property and part of the component of this part of the program would be behind the meter on investment which would save can -- customers on distribution cost. >> in terms of opportunities for small scale combined combustion, did we have a sense of what we have in the city for that? any opportunities we have in san francisco with our city municipal services? >> yes. i'm not aware of a survey. barbara? >> barbara hale for
, why don't we do this, why don't we take mar la out for now and go and reach out to the bus riders group and if she is a member of that and if she will become a member of that, if not let's see if they can provide a candidate, will that work? >> yeah. >> okay. >> so we will take a motion to amend the resolution to remove mar la for now. and approve the other six recommended applicants. >> so moved. >> second. >> first and second and then members of the public wishing to address you on that item? >> i would like to make a comment. >> patrick, and patrick and company. i attend many of these board meetings but you are right, i believe that the cac, is a joke. i am sorry to say that. there is fine people there, but this board takes no notice of their activity in a minimum you should at least have their minutes so that you can see what is going on, what has come to their. i know that there is one issue about the artwork for the transbay terminal and they wrote the board a letter and no response. i don't think that they are effective and you need to make that order effective. thank you.
. >> supervisor farrell >> supervisor kim? >> supervisor mar? >> thank you, madame clerk. today i am calling for a hearing on the benefits and impacts of a unique san francisco former of open space called parklets. san francisco is leading the world in this innovative type of open space, the world first formal parklets were initially conceived and installed in san francisco in 2010. now 38 parklets have been installed throughout the city. they aren't there all of our districts, and they are concentrate in the central part of the city and major merchant corridors, but i'm interested in considering spreading them more to the outlaying district like the richmond. in the richmond we're in the merge of opening our first parklet and several applications, the first on clements street. parklets are critical in increasing the amounts of public seating in our corridors and good evening good greening the areas, and allow beautification of the corridors at low-cost. they are extremely economical and they open up a new commons in many of our neighborhoods. however, there are impacts on parking and some
, colleagues >> thank you, supervisor cohen. >> supervisor farrell >> supervisor kim? >> supervisor mar? >> thank you, madame clerk. today i am calling for a hearing on the benefits and impacts of a unique san francisco former of open space called parklets. san francisco is leading the world in this innovative type of open space, the world first formal parklets were initially conceived and installed in san francisco in 2010. now 38 parklets have been installed throughout the city. they aren't there all of our districts, and they are concentrate in the central part of the city and major merchant corridors, but i'm interested in considering spreading them more to the outlaying district like the richmond. in the richmond we're in the merge of opening our first parklet and several applications, the first on clements street. parklets are critical in increasing the amounts of public seating in our corridors and good evening good greening the areas, and allow beautification of the corridors at low-cost. they are extremely economical and they open up a new commons in many of our neighborhoods
submitted by mr. mars doll in the boards file. the question of whether the board can act while an investigation is pending, is yes, the board could approve this resolution, could couldn't the resolution appending the outcome of the investigation. we don't track it. i get e-mails from the fpcc when they have resolved complaints and i review those to see if there are any. >> i think we had a misunderstanding because in our conversation i thought you had been aware of it whether there was an on going investigation or not and you hadn't heard of any results. so i assume it was something were you looking at as a matter to providing this to this item. >> i'm sorry if i gave you that impression. i have been aware of this resolution pepding at the board. have read newspaper accounts of it, reviewed the board file but i haven't xhuptd -- communicated with the fpcc. this is where a member of public has filed a complaint with the fpcc against the city officials. >> okay. could you talk about what was required and reporting from the district attorneys office. i know that he sought advice f
, but the violence and terrorism that marred the lead up to saturday's vote is continuing. militants are attacking parties and cani dates. the attacks happens in quetta. representatives vowed on thursday they would use suicide bombers against voters on polling day. the violence has killed more than 110-people since the beginning of april. it officially closed on thursday night. opinion polls show opposition parties gained support by appeals to growing anti-u.s. sentiment among voters. pakistan is a nuclear arms nation. it is a regional power house that plays a major role in the u.s.-led war on terror and can influence the neighbors afghanistan. it is expect todd have an impact beyond it's borders. nhk world's dhra dhirakaosal reports from the pakistani capital. the people of pakistan go to the polls on saturday to have their say on how they'd like the country to be run over the next five years. with the economy, domestic security, and the nation's very stability on the line, voters have some tough choices to make. and despite a wave of bombings overshadowing the campaign, enthusiasm reigns as stro
revealed in their full glory to our visitors in san francisco. an expansion in the mars house which is currently under way makes this opportunity possible. the girl with the pearl earring here in san francisco feet atures 35 paintings characteristic during the dutch golden age. after the exhibition closes in san francisco it will travel to the museum in atlanta and it will go to a collection in new york. perhaps the most famous of the works that has traveled to the united states is a celebrated masterpiece girl with the pearl earring. it is this painting. we set our scene in holland during the dutch golden age this span of the 17th century where trade, industry and science were among the world. the one small port of amsterdam were one of the commercial centers in the entire world. this concentration of capital enriched bankers and merchants but also created the society in europe. the arch of the dutch golden age. 17th century travelers visiting holland remarked on the number of artist. typically western european artist on the monarch and the nobility as well as the very wealthie cat
. violence has marred parliamentary elections in pakistan. twin bombings hit the financial hub of caratchie not long after polls opened killing at least 11 people. th pakistani taliban claims responsibility and warned people not to vote. the eu's chief observerer said things ran smoothly. >> i think if i compare the preparations of the elect ral with last time five years ago we see considerable improvements. >> the party of former prime minister shar reef looks likely to win the most votes but the race is close. former cricket star's party got a late surge in polls. many stations have stayed open past closing time. pakistan's election commission estimates turnout could reach 60%. >> former egyptian president has appeared in court to face a new trial. he is accused of being complicit in the murders of protesters during the 2011 uprising that ousted him. a court last june had convicted him and sentenced him to life in prison but he was granted a retrial on appeal. he faces trial along with his two sons and a number of his security officials. german president is on a visit to colombia parted o
. that is a motion from supervisor weiner and seconded by mar, and we will take that without objection. and then, we can have public comments on the closed session? >> we do. >> we open this item up for public comment. and seeing no member of the public come forward. we will close public comment. and this is an information item. so we can go on to our next item. >> item five, introduction of new items information item. >> any new item to introduce, any subject matters? >> none? we will go on to public comment. and we will close public comment. >> and our next item it >> item number 6, public comment. >> general public comment and the opportunity for any member of the public who is or is not in this room to come forward and to say or speak their minds. we will close public comment. >> next item? >> 7, adjournment. >> colleagues, we are adjourned. thank you very much. thank you. [dog barking] [rocket whistles] [boom] >> welcome to "culturewire." today we are at recology. they are celebrate 20 years of one of the most incredibly unique artist residency programs. we are here to learn more from one of th
. for example, i would just defer to how long have you been involved with the city, supervisor mar? there's a lot of game going on. >> just answer the question, mr. early. what are you talking about? >>> i'm talking about, um, special deals. i'm talking about direct dealing. i'm talking about certain classifications, certain trades are treated better than other trades. i could write you a novel. >> i'm just giving you a little bit more time to explain it. >>> i'd rather not [speaker not understood]. visit us at the blog. [laughter] >> thank you. >> okay. next speaker, please. >>> i think my timing is really good. [speaker not understood] morgan. i'm with friends of the park in the richmond district. i started it 15 years ago with my daughter rosa when i was 18. i have been through -- i have been through jewel, elizabeth, yome and you know i'm usually here to complain. i am here to tell you that i think phil is doing a fabulous job, especially given what he has to work with. i would also like to state after listening to this gentleman speak this is precisely the problem. i was reminded of
, supervisors cohen, kim, avalos, wiener, mar, breed chiu and tang. we have had a hearing on this item, and one of the thing has there i want to highlight is the courage of all of the women who have come out to testify to talk about their own experiences and fears as they were trying to access health care at this clinic here in san francisco. i also want to acknowledge the courage of the workers at planned parenthood who on a daily basis for more than a year now have been dealing with a very difficult situation. as was demonstrated during that hearing, the current laws that we have in place, and specifically the bubble ordinance, the white zone ordinance, do not do enough to protect the people, the women that want to access health care at this clinic. we have had a situation where a number of individuals, have stepped over the line, and crossed the line of not just expressing their views, but actually harassing, intimidating women who are expressing their rights. the clear guidelines established by the federal courts, that have made this clear that a buffer zone along the lines of what we're pr
a great day. >>> all right. coming up next in "the pulse," mission to mars. but would you sign up for a one-way trip, john? >> that would be a negative. >>> he's got some smooth moves and isn't afraid who sees them. it's our "play of the day" coming up next. >> nice. if yand you're talking toevere rheuyour rheumatologistike me, about trying or adding a biologic. this is humira, adalimumab. this is humira working to help relieve my pain. this is humira helping me through the twists and turns. this is humira helping to protect my joints from further damage. doctors have been prescribing humira for over ten years. humira works by targeting and helping to block a specific source of inflammation that contributes to ra symptoms. for many adults, humira is proven to help relieve pain and stop further joint damage. humira can lower your ability to fight infections, including tuberculosis. serious, sometimes fatal events, such as infections, lymphoma, or other types of cancer, have happened. blood, liver and nervous system problems, serious allergic reactions, and new or worsening heart fa
the world have applied to go on a one way trip to mars, the possibility of the trip is through mars one. it's an organization aiming to put four people on the red planet by the year 2023. organizers say due to the physiological change in the human body after a stay on mars, there would be no coming back. if you would like to apply, applications will be accepted until august 31st. here you go. right here. >> i already submitted your application. i'm going to miss you so much. >> i will miss you. >> one way trip. >> we can do live coverage from mars. >> some weal would be excited it appears -- some people would be excited it appears. i think i'm going to stay around here a little longer. >> here's hoping your mother's day is out of this world. >>> how about nice, nice would be to have a seat to the giants game today. 66 degrees at game time. 1:05. partly cloudy skies. a weak on shore breeze which means along the coast, san francisco, maybe just inside the bay, we're going to fill that nice cool air in the afternoon, but if you're inland, you are going to be cut off from the on shore breeze. >
on the moon, and now he wants to get us to mars. astronaut buzz aldrin joins us about his new book and about his dream for the space program. you're watching "starting point." as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> isn't that a lovely picture? good morning, new york. beautiful skyline. i think it's going to be 71 degrees today. and sunny. all right amanda knox says she is scared to face a new trial for murder in italy, but will she face her fear and actually go back? she opens up about her sensational case and her personal life in her memoir "waiting to be heard." cnn's chris cuomo spoke to her one-on-one, asking that very question of whether she will go back. >> will you go face the trial? will you go back? >> i don't know yet. it's a really complicated question. i mean, i'm afraid to go back there. i don't want to go back into prison. i don't want them to all of a sudden do a court order when i'm there just respecting the court and going there and the prosecution asks that i be
to go to mars and never come back? well have you seen the news lately? greg? >> i hope you go to mars. go away! >> i don't find you amusing. >>> she is so cute that newborn pandas have contests to name her. tts dana peri -- it is dana perino and one of my lesser co-hosts on "the five." and not only was he promoted to manager of forever 21 he has landed the role of the giant in the twin peeks, the musical. >> yes, exciting day. >> and in kentucky he is considered a breakfast biscuit, bill schulz. and he occupies everything but a shower. sitting next to me is the brother of gavin mcguinness and the son of jimmy mcguinness, miles mcguinness. he is the author of "bush lied, a baby cried and a panda died." >> a block. the lede. that's the first story. i am just here for the commercials. >> before we do our first story we have to make a note that it is actually dana's birthday while we taped this. thanks for ruining the flow. we decided to put together a special gift for her, a package. let's roll it, shall we? >> have i a dog named jasper. that's the most tweeted picture of jasper. people
prize but that's still to be determined and supervisors mar, campos and scott wiener walked in this morning as well. thanks everybody for walking in and of course this wouldn't be possible without our sponsors so i wanted to thank especially presenting sponsors paramount group and invite the president mike sanchez. >> good morning. glad to be here today with you. we are very proud to be the prime sponsor or the first ever walk to workday. we are glad it's happening in san francisco. paramount group is an environmentally and socially forward real estate company. we own one market plaza downtown. we also own 75 howard which is an 8-story parking garage. we hope we will be able to demolish the 8 story parking garage and build walkable transit friendly housing. restaurants and open space along the embarcadero that all of san francisco can enjoy everyday. paramount group participation reflects our focus on being a healthy or part of a healthy walkable and safe city. that's why in our existing buildings like one market we've made extra rooms for bikes, we've created showers and ch
shortly by weiner and mar. >> and the clerk is cheng and we also broadcast today by sfgtv staff. madam clerk, do you have any announcements? >> there are no announce.s. >> if we could go to the second item. >> approve the minutes of the april 1, 2013, this is an action item. >> colleagues, any comments or questions on the minutes? >> we can go into public comment on item two on our minutes and seeing no member of the public to come forward we can close public comment. could we have a motion? >> motion, and second. >> item three. >> recommend adoption of the revised salary structure. >> according to authority's personnel manual the review of the structure is performed to compare the salaries against other agencies. the authorities board last had a revision six years ago in may of 2007, the authority, does not follow the step compensation structure, instead we follow on the job performance, structure, and if there are enough budget, we would approve any adjustments there. and in 2012, we hired cough and associates in compensation studies. they took a look at 18 of the 19 authority job p
they are being revealed in their full glory to our visitors in san francisco. an expansion in the mars house which is currently under way makes this opportunity possible. the girl with the pearl earring here in san francisco feet atures 35 paintings characteristic during the dutch golden age. after the exhibition closes in san francisco it will travel to the museum in atlanta and it will go to a collection in new york. perhaps the most famous of the works that has traveled to the united states is a celebrated masterpiece girl with the pearl earring. it is this painting. we set our scene in holland during the dutch golden age this span of the 17th century where trade, industry and science were among the world. the one small port of amsterdam were one of the commercial centers in the entire world. this concentration of capital enriched bankers and merchants but also created the society in europe. the arch of the dutch golden age. 17th century travelers visiting holland remarked on the number of artist. typically western european artist on the monarch and the nobility as well as the very wealth
mar de enmienda. >>> si se ponen de acuerdo, ellos pueden determinar el resultado. >>> si el grupo de los 8 mantiene su unidad el futuro estÁ asegurado, en el senado y en la cÁmara de representantes ese futuro es mÁs incierno. >>> el proceso legislativo es histÓrico, lleva mucho tiempo, pero lo que es claro es que saldra algo, vamos a luchar para sacar alpara go igual. serÁ mas duro aquÍ, porque los elementos contrarios son mÁs agresivos. >>> el nivel de las enmiendas ira al pleno del senado, donde faltarÁn 60 votos. lejos de washington son muchos los que esperan que el congreso no los demande. >>> hay muchas fuerzas tratando de evitarla. pero no somos invisibles, estamos trabajando. >>> para los los inmigrantes es mucho lo que estÁ en juego. >>> en venezuela se desatÓ un escÁndalo por una discoteca dentro de una cÁrcel, tambiÉn se puede encontrar armas, drogas, alcohol, un vocero del servicio penitenciario desmintiÓ esto. >>> un hombre hiriÓ a 6 personas en coahuila, abriÓ fuego contra 5 guardias y un civil. este es el primer ataque contra la sede de gobo de un estado
unidos, hacia mÉxico, se reducen una vez mÁs. mar marÍa antonieta collins nos habla de las Últimas palabras de obama en suelo mexicano lÍa disminuciÓn en las remesas. >> sin himnos anima rni mariach partiÓ de mÉxico. >> mÉxico lindo y querido. >> pero que esta maÑana rompiÓ el hielo ante cientos de estudiantes. >> es un placer estar entre amigos. >> en el discurso mÁs importante que pronunciar en mÉxico hablÓ claro. era parte de la violencia aquÍ les dijo y por la que tantos mexicanos han sufrido por la demanda de drogas ilegales en los estados unidos y no dejÓ de reconocer otra de las causas. >> la mayorÍa de las armas utilizadas para ejercer la violencia en mÉxico provienen de loss estados unidos. >> en clara referencia el contrabando de armas en mÉxico como el contragolpe rÁpido y furioso que prometiÓ combatir. >> reconociÓ algo mÁs. >> que sin el apoyo de los latinos y los mÉxico-americanos no serÍa presidente de los estados unidos. >> como tal el discurso me pareciÓ muy completo. >> a los estudiantes no solamente les hablÓ de "reforma migratoria" si no d
]. to get on track to a middle class [inaudible]. >> supervisor, supervisor wiener . supervisor mar. >> [speaker not understood]. the presentation was wonderful and i just [inaudible]. [inaudible]. my vantage point in the reading through back and forth [inaudible] department that it seems that the department staff and mr. ginsberg have been trying to work cooperatively to try to find ways to support 261's effort while abiding by our hr rules as well. and i'm hoping that we move forward without the level of antagonism that i sensed in reading through a lot of the [inaudible]. don't quite understand in some ways the lack of trust that's come up over the past few months and i want to understand that more. but from the presentation that we've received, it seems that we're supporting a strong apprenticeship program and that the staff have really give us a good understanding moveing forward by supporting it. that is my perspective, not only hearing from richmond district residents, but that support the department and the apprenticeship program ~ and also from former gardeners like jake si
, supervisor mar, again. i'm a native san franciscan and i've been using parks all my life. and i can tell you it's been a lot of change in these parks, particularly in the last several years. and [inaudible]. apprenticeship program, but i think i have seen some of their results. a friend of mine, jeff gordon [inaudible]. but i believe he's already sent it to you, so, i'll spare you that. but i just want to speak in [inaudible]. the other day i was driving across cross over drive [inaudible]. and [inaudible]. i was stuck in traffic as you always are on cross over. it was remarkable to me. i kind of stopped and i looked over and i was like, dabtionverctiontion, ~ dang, this looks great out here. this is the western end of the park which is the most neglected [inaudible]. so, i get that. but it doesn't have to look [inaudible]. particularly along the drive. i think it looks great now. and then one other thing in terms of specifically phil ginsberg. he showed up at a ymca board -- richmond ymca board the other night. really remarkable example of partnership, in my mind. it was late in the evenin
you, supervisors. my name is neil butcher. i live in the richmond. good to see you, supervisor mar, again. i'm a native san franciscan and i've been using parks all my life. and i can tell you it's been a lot of change in these parks, particularly in the last several years. and [inaudible]. apprenticeship program, but i think i have seen some of their results. a friend of mine, jeff gordon [inaudible]. but i believe he's already sent it to you, so, i'll spare you that. but i just want to speak in [inaudible]. the other day i was driving across cross over drive [inaudible]. and [inaudible]. i was stuck in traffic as you always are on cross over. it was remarkable to me. i kind of stopped and i looked over and i was like, dabtionverctiontion, ~ dang, this looks great out here. this is the western end of the park which is the most neglected [inaudible]. so, i get that. but it doesn't have to look [inaudible]. particularly along the drive. i think it looks great now. and then one other thing in terms of specifically phil ginsberg. he showed up at a ymca board -- richmond ymca board th
cohen present. supervisor farrell present. supervisor kim, kim present. supervisor mar? mar present. supervisor tang, tang present, supervisor wiener, wiener present, supervisor eyre, yee present. all members are present. >> thank you, ladies and gentlemen could you please join us in the pledge of allegiance? i pledge allegiance to the flag of the united states of america, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation under god, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. colleagues we have some meeting minutes from our march 26th and
tierno?. >>> sabÍamos como era el set y como lucÍa la vestimenta nos dice, perfil mar una escena manejando wlaunt verte en la pantalla atravesando en ese puente es muy distinto. >>> inspirado en el terremoto ocurrido en chile en el 2010 un grupo de jÓvenes pasa unos noche locas en chile durante vacaciones cuando ocurre un terremoto de 8. 8 en la escala del richter entonces se desata una ola de violencia entre sobrevivientes grach ada por presos que escapan de la cÁrcel, su director nicolÁs no a lo pez nos contÓ los retos de hacer esta pelÍcula. >>> siempre la apuesta es aquÍ hacer efectos especialmente practicos, reales. >>> por si no lo sabÍa existe una versiÓn anterior a esta que fue lanzo tada en 1974 y que fue protagonizada por robert red fort, imÁgenes son voy wlents que selena gÓmez hace breve apariciÓn en la cinta es todo de mi parte y que tengan buen fin de semana y ahora regreso con ustedes amo estudio. >>> igualmente y gracias, y opciÓn para celebrar el dÍa de la madre en caso de hacer algo mÁs relajado, la pausa y regresamos con mÁs de "primer impacto."
cohen, and david campos will be joined shortly by weiner and mar. >> and the clerk is cheng and we also broadcast today by sfgtv staff. madam clerk, do you have any announcements? >> there are no announce.s. >> if we could go to the second item. >> approve the minutes of the april 1, 2013, this is an action item. >> colleagues, any comments or questions on the minutes? >> we can go into public comment on item two on our minutes and seeing no member of the public to come forward we can close public comment. could we have a motion? >> motion, and second. >> item three. >> recommend adoption of the revised salary structure. >> according to authority's personnel manual the review of the structure is performed to compare the salaries against other agencies. the authorities board last had a revision six years ago in may of 2007, the authority, does not follow the step compensation structure, instead we follow on the job performance, structure, and if there are enough budget, we would approve any adjustments there. and in 2012, we hired cough and associates in compensation studies. they took
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